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HAVE YOU SEEN HIM? Felony warrant issued for sex offender in Snohomish County

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Kevin Scott Miller (Photo released by Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office)

EVERETT — The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office issued a felony arrest warrant Friday for Kevin Scott Miller, a 45-year-old transient Level III sex offender who recently came from Canada, for failure to register.

Miller, who is an American citizen, was convicted of two counts of aggravated sexual assault in Canada, where there is a non-extraditable warrant for his arrest. Because of his previous convictions, Miller is required to register as a sex offender and regularly report to local law enforcement.

According to Sheriff’s Office detectives, Miller failed to report as required on June 17 and June 24.

Detectives said Miller recently been seen in Arlington and Marysville.  He is 6-foot, 175 pounds, with brown hair and blue eyes.  Anyone with information about Miller’s whereabouts is asked to call 911.

In 1995, Miller was accused of picking up a 14-year-old girl who was walking down a road and attempting to strangle her with a rope and sexually assaulting her.

In a second incident that same year, he befriended an adult woman he met in a nightclub, took her into a secluded area, attempted to strangle her with a rope, and physically assaulted the woman, the sheriff’s office said.

Additional information about Miller can be found on the Sheriff’s Office “Offender Search” page.

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2 comments

  • NAVYTOWN

    Why didn't they put him in prison in Canada? Why was he allowed back into the U.S.??? My guess is our so-called 'justice' system let's these creeps loose in order to keep police and lawyers and judges employed. If criminals were actually LOCKED UP for lengthy sentences, then the courts might have to lay people off. The more criminals on the loose, the more jobs for the police and courts.